Canadian defense minister Peter MacKay spoke Wednesday evening at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) on the need for a closer U.S.-Canadian partnership in an age of economic and political instability.
As the future of Iraq hangs in the balance, Stanford service members reflected on the Iraq withdrawal.
The Haas Center for Public Service and the Stanford Military Service Network co-hosted a Veterans Day barbeque at Kappa Alpha (KA) Friday. Members of United Students for Veterans’ Health (USVH) also volunteered at the event.
Stanford military experts interviewed by The Daily were not surprised by the announcement President Obama delivered on Fri., Oct. 21 that the United States would withdraw all troops from Iraq by the end of the year. The announcement sets a final end date for almost a decade of U.S. occupation in the country.
Nearly two months after the Tohoku earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear accident, scholars came together Monday night for the first event in a two-part series about the disaster.
But many juniors and seniors have more than just their immediate classes and summer plans to consider — they are frantically working to start or wrap up their capstone research projects. It’s honors thesis season.
A team of Stanford medical professors and researchers are now shedding light on a nearly unprecedented month-long trip to North Korea in November to help develop the first drug-resistant tuberculosis diagnostic lab in Pyongyang, the nation’s capital.
Wednesday evening, Steele joined Law School Dean Larry Kramer, emeritus history Prof. James Sheehan ’58 and Hoover senior fellow Martin Anderson, for a roundtable discussion on the history and present feasibility of the military draft. CISAC consulting Prof. Phil Taubman ’70 moderated.